I have thought of multiple ways to play this game.
*It can be for struggling learners who need the visual of the picture, alongside the written fraction.
*It can serve as a concentration style matching game – shuffling the cards and placing them face down – turn two over at a time to find a match of equivalent fractions
*Students could wear a card and have to find their partner (or group of four to match picture and written fraction)
*Combinations may vary based on the multiple equivalent fractions provided